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There are many different approaches to the analysis of regional economic growth potential. One of the more recent is the theory of the creative class, and its impact on creative

There are many different approaches to the analysis of regional economic growth potential. One of the more recent is the theory of the creative class, and its impact on creative centers. Much of the criticism surrounding this theory is in how the creative class is defined and measured. The goal of this thesis is to explore alternate definitions to better understand how these variations impact the ranking of creative centers as well as their location through space and time. This is important given the proliferation of rankings as a benchmarking tool for economic development efforts.

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    • Partial requirement for: M.U.E.P., Arizona State University, 2014
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    • Includes bibliographical references (p. 56-63)
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    • Field of study: Urban and environmental planning

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    by Anthony J. De Luca, Jr

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